Archive for 'BCM Tools'

Dilemma: Normal Work During a Hurricane? (videos)

Dilemma: Normal Work During a Hurricane? (videos)

What do you do when your bosses demand attendance at an office during a hurricane? That’s the dilemma some of you faced last week in the US, when Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast. You don’t [...]

Our book is published!

Our book is published!

The course our subscribers get for free is now available in paperback (and on Kindle) and can be ordered from Amazon. For almost as long as ContinuityInBusiness has existed, our free subscription has included our free [...]

Website of the Month: Louisiana State

Website of the Month: Louisiana State

Need a really good web or intranet site for your employees during an emergency?  We’ve found one that would make a brilliant template. Louisiana has had more than it’s fair share of emergency planning needs in [...]

Other Great Continuity Websites

Other Great Continuity Websites

We’re glad you love ContinuityInBusiness.com, but there are other websites and blogs out there to which you might want to subscribe. Yes, we know most websites won’t showcase others nor encourage you to sign up for [...]

Business Continuity for Dummies

Business Continuity for Dummies

We’re rarely excited about a book being published.  We’re genuinely excited about Business Continuity for Dummies!  If you only ever buy one business continuity book, this is the one you need to buy. You’re probably familiar [...]

“Are You Ready?” A Quick Test!

“Are You Ready?” A Quick Test!

Does your company think it’s ready?  Here’s a quick list of questions that can help you – or people you’re working with – to decide if they need to do some more work? We all know [...]

Charities Learn BC From Olympics

Charities Learn BC From Olympics

Charities have learned about business continuity from the London 2012 Olympic Games, says Miles Maier in The Guardian. Before the Games, London businesses and commuters were told to make contingency plans and arrange to work from [...]

Getting buddy arrangements in writing

Getting buddy arrangements in writing

If you take one message away from this short article it is this: if you make any arrangements for recovery locations with other people, ensure the ‘deal’ is recorded in writing and that this document is [...]

Supply Chain Resilience Guide (Free)

Supply Chain Resilience Guide (Free)

Issued in 2012 as part of their Be Prepared series, Monitoring Supply Chains; Maximising Resilience is a 15 page offering from EEF, The Manufacturers’ Organisation. The forward states, “Supply chain resilience has been tested and re-tested [...]

Securing Free Recovery Locations

Securing Free Recovery Locations

Why pay for a disaster recovery site if you can secure a very reliable one for free?  More organisations manage this than you might think. Nearly all business continuity plans include details of a recovery location [...]

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